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In 100 miles |  Hurricane Irwin devastated Britain and destroyed trees and buildings

In 100 miles | Hurricane Irwin devastated Britain and destroyed trees and buildings

Hurricane Irwin, with winds of up to 100 miles per hour (160 km / h), hit parts of Britain.

One man was killed, some buildings were damaged and trees fell by the “catastrophic” wind.

The British Meteorological Agency said the wind was blowing at 98 mph in the Prisley Wood area of ​​Northumberland.

As the red weather warning expired Saturday morning, the Meteorological Center said orange warnings of dangerous winds were continuing, with “very strong winds” forecast in many places.

The Office advised citizens to avoid unnecessary travel, describing the night winds as “catastrophic” and affecting “a large part of the United Kingdom.”

In Northern Ireland, one person was killed when a car collided with a fallen tree in a storm on Friday in Andrem County.

Meteorological Office spokesman Steven Dixon said: Storm Irwin As the deep low pressure zone moves to the northeastern part of the UK our storm warning has been issued.

He continued: “The worst affected areas are mostly beaches, with winds of up to 75 mph causing travel disruptions, long travel times, power outages and flying debris.

He added: “There is a wind yellow warning on the west coast of the UK from 9am on Friday, extending from Scotland to Northern Ireland and Wales and southwest England. It reflects the effect you have. Storm Irwin Strong winds are expected on Saturday, when the warning will be extended to most parts of the UK.

Dixon added: “Hurricane Irwin will cause havoc in the coming days, especially in the highlands of Scotland and the north of England.

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